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Glen Lewis House Avenue 5

The exact address is 1702 Broadway at the site that for decades housed the Harper’s magazine headquarters and offices in the Flatiron District. The building houses two four-star hotels including the Pierre (a Pierre Hotel Company property, via Marriott), The Country Club Hotel (a Four Seasons Hotel), and The Surf Club Hotel & Spa, as well as a 24 hour Kinko’s, a restaurant called The Grill with a full liquor license, and an indoor/outdoor rooftop bar called Observation Deck.
Why was the building looking so vacant and for sale? Through a spokesperson for the building, they explained that during the 1980s the building became synonymous with the early 1980s financial deregulation movement and was associated with the nickname for what was then known as the “Harvard of Wall Street,” the now defunct Carter Fies.
In addition, the Financial District was one of the first areas of the country to be affected by the post-“bubble burst” and 1987 crash in the stock market, and the building was torn down to make way for a new building in the mid 1990s.

The Soho Film Factory, a cool location for filmmaking, is also conveniently close to the Glen Lewis House Avenue 5. The location was recently featured in the movie Nebraska and offers the unique opportunity to shoot a movie scene in the middle of New York city. The building itself was a 1934 Art Deco Grade I listed building that until recently served as a W Hotel. The location is also one of the many filming locations for Paramount Pictures hit Mission Impossible.

Madison Park has baseball/softball fields, basketball court, outdoor skating and hockey rink, grill and picnic tables, playground, shelter, soccer field, small beginner skate park and a warming house. It also features the Madison Bicycle Playground which consists of a concrete pump track, single track dirt trails and a variety of challenge obstacles for kids of all skill levels to show off their road skills.

Lemke Park has an outdoor skating and hockey rink, a warming house, picnic tables, an indoor shelter space available for rent in the summer, a playground and recreational trails. A project of the Urban Woods & Prairie Initiative with Audubon Dakota, Lemke Park is a Conservation Area and provides plenty of opportunities to see birds and other wildlife in a natural setting along the banks of the Red River. Lemke Conservancy provides woodlands and wetlands to be explored within the park.
The Crystal Theater owners have announced that the theater will be showing a free 8 a.m. matinee of Gold Afternoon on Friday, July 20 as part of the annual summer celebration at The Crystal. Glen Lewis House Avenue 5 Corner of Main and Hovey streets, Main Street. This park is less than a mile from the corner of Main and Hovey, and is a little over a mile from Metro Medical Center and Family Medicine Associates.
Like most of the City Square offices, this one is on a fairly busy corner, with the main difference being City Square is on a diagonal and this one is on a right angle (no thanks to the City, and to the frustrating City official who thinks you should be able to drive like you’re going to our houses and to the houses of others ). If you have a problem with people driving like they are going to their own house, make City officials contact City Safe Headquarters.
Long island is home to a group of parks called the Parks in Parks campaign, which have been called the most sustainable community park development project in the country. Over 150 of these parks in more than 30 towns have been established in the last four years with another 80 parks scheduled for completion in 2019. One of the parks in parks is Baywood Park, which was closed to the public for filming at Glendale Lake. The park is open to the public daily 7 am to 9 pm through the end of summer.